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DESCRIPTIONMaterials Needed Information you wish to share or Directions for information you wish to have students create QR Code Creator QR Code Reader Printer Copy paper Construction paper, sentence strips, or tag board
QR Codes Word Walls and Beyond What they are Applications for the classroom Word Walls Quizzes Learning centers Written responses Student resources Student challengers and this is just a start most simply, they are an effective tool to share a great amount of information in a small space. Materials Needed Information you wish to share or Directions for information you wish to have students create QR Code CreatorQR Code Reader Printer Copy paper Construction paper, sentence strips, or tag board Steps for creation sharing information (text) with students 1. In a WORD document, prepare information you wish to share. If you are sharing a URL, you can skip this step. 2. Open QR Code Generator program that you are going to use. 3. Follow the directions for the generator and save the QR code to your computer. 4. Open the QR Code and copy and paste it to a prepared WORD doc. From here you can resize it to suit your needs. 5. Print and post for students. Student Generated QR Codes Make sure your instructions are explicit and clear. Sample Instructions: 1. Once you complete Part 1 of the assignment, follow the directions below. 2. Open URL link:3. Choose text 4. Copy and paste the text from your document into the space given 5. Save QR Code as a jpeg *At this point, you will also need to provide instructions for how you wish them to find the QR Code and turn it into you. (see next slide for Chromebook directions) For use with a Chromebook After students create the code, these are the steps for finding it 1. Click on the magnifying glass in the lower left-side of the screen. 2. Choose All Apps 3. Find the app for Files. Click on this. 4. The Download button will appear in a sidebar on the left-hand side of the screen. Your QR Code will be here with the name qrcode 5. Drag your QR Code to Google Drive. *From here, you will need to provide instructions on how to name the code (see next slide) and how to turn it into you. *Remember, your students will not be able to print from the Chromebook. Have students RENAME the QR Codeotherwise they will have folder full of QR Codes with the same name Most Important Step of all for Students I will be uploading different projects with specific instructions to: russolanguagearts.weebly.com